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Helping you get through Covid-19

As a primary producer it is our duty to find solutions to ensure we continue to supply our customers. We are following all the guidelines laid out by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland and have plans in place to ensure constancy of supply. We will be attending both our open air markets as usual…

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Order Your Turkey Online

An Irish Farmers Diary The run up to Christmas can be hectic, things to do and people to see. Oh and dont forget to order your Turkey! By ordering your Bronze Turkey online with us you take some of the stress out of Christmas. We marry our traditional farming methods with simple online ordering. Just…

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Has Thanksgiving Irish Roots?

An Irish Farmer’s Diary Thanksgiving could be more Irish than we think. Some historians claim that the first Thanksgiving stems from the generosity of the Irish people after a ship from Ireland, loaded with food, landed in Massachusetts Bay in the bitter winter of 1621. A band of starving pilgrims at Plymouth Rock celebrated the…

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Bring on the Wolves!

An Irish Farmers Diary Bring on the wolves! Said no one ever. Hopefully the climate change challenge and the realization that farmers can help work towards its reversal does not get side tracked by daft suggestions like the reintroduction of wolves and car pooling in rural Ireland. But these suggestions would make one wonder. Do…

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The Unsocial Farmer

An Irish Farmers Diary Pumpkins & Our Broken Love Affair Oh social media you were so good to our farm but alas we have fallen out of love with each other. Without you how would we have shared our story over the last decade. Our love affair has come to an end, not immediately but…

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Demi Bronze Turkey

Bronze Turkey – Cooking The Perfect Bird

https://vimeo.com/241524220   The Friendly Farmer Bronze Turkeys do not need long cooking times. Remove the bird from the fridge, leave it to stand at room temperature for 2 hours before cooking. Weigh Your turkey.  Cooking times are 20 mins per lb at 160 to 180 degrees.(40 mins per kg). Plus 30 mins for safety.  (See https://www.safefood.net/christmas/turkey-cooking) Place…

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